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  • Title: G8 Focuses on Intellectual Property Rights | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Home.. org applauds the G8 for Focus on the Importance of Intellectual Property Rights for Stimulating Jobs and Economic Growth.. May 19, 2012.. |.. Intellectual Property.. SHARE:.. org welcomes the G8 s commitment to strengthening the rules-based trading system and supporting private sector initiatives for sharing best practices to address trade secret theft, IP piracy and counterfeiting.. org welcomes today s statement by the Group of Eight (G8) affirming the importance of effective private sector-led action to protect intellectual property throughout global supply chains.. In the.. Statement on the Global Economy.. published today during the G8 Summit at Camp David, G8 Leaders stated:.. Given the importance of intellectual property rights (IPR) to stimulating job and economic growth, we affirm the significance of high standards for IPR protection and enforcement, including through international legal instruments and mutual assistance agreements, as well as through government procurement processes, private-sector voluntary codes of best practices, and enhanced customs cooperation, while promoting the free flow of information.. We are pleased that the G8 Leaders have underscored the link between protecting IPR and ensuring the continued and sustained recovery of the global economy, said Pamela Passman, President and CEO of CREATe.. Private sector efforts to address intellectual property theft are a vital complement to effective government regulation that can improve  ...   Counterfeiting, piracy and the misappropriation of trade secrets disrupt supply chains, impact trade and undermine competitiveness of MNCs in key global industries.. These aren t the only consequences.. In the U.. S.. alone, according to the U.. Chamber of Commerce, overall intellectual property theft costs 750,000 U.. jobs a year.. Counterfeit drugs are responsible for 700,000 deaths a year from malaria and tuberculosis.. (Source:.. International Policy Network.. ).. org recently launched a.. report.. on the impacts of Trade Secret Theft which includes a broad range of global trade secrets cases and also provides MNCs with practical guidance and proactive measures for securing their supply chains and mitigating the risk and cost associated with trade secret misappropriation.. SUBSCRIBE.. TAGS.. Intellectual Property (46).. Anti-corruption (36).. Supply Chain (17).. Intellectual Property Protection (17).. Counterfeit (15).. Global Supply Chains (11).. Compliance (9).. Trade Secret Theft (8).. IP (5).. FCPA (2).. Corporate Social Responsibility (2).. Events (1).. risk mitigation (1).. corporate compliance (1).. fighting corruption (1).. FEATURED STORIES.. Intellectual Property Protection: Not Just for the Legal Department.. Fighting Corruption: Good for Corporations.. Pilot Update: IP Protection Status – Insight on Asia.. IN THE NEWS.. Foreign Affairs: How to Protect Intellectual Property by CREATe’s Pamela Passman.. Visit News Events.. 2 days 16 hours.. 2 days 22 hours.. 3 days 21 hours..

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  • Title: Letter to the FTC on Intellectual Property Rights | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Letter to the FTC on Intellectual Property Rights.. April 6, 2012.. On Monday, April 2, a bipartisan group of senators from the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship sent a letter to the FTC encouraging the agency to strongly consider a request from the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) for increased support in the fight against I.. P.. theft of American  ...   to the U.. economy and noted how detrimental I.. theft is to small businesses.. org is encouraged to see an increased focus on intellectual property rights and a growing appreciation for the vital role innovation and creativity continue to play in strengthening the U.. economy.. More information on the letter and the list of senators who signed it can be found.. here.. and..

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  • Title: Third Parties - Issues and Risks | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Deloitte Survey Highlights Issues and Risks of Third-Party Business Relationships.. March 22, 2012.. Anti-corruption.. A recent.. Deloitte.. survey that included over 1,200 respondents from a wide range of industries brought to light the growing attention of multinational corporations (MNCs) on conducting due diligence on third-party business partners.. This survey is especially timely given the increased role third-parties have played in recent Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcements by the U.. Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission.. Here are some of the most revealing statistics from the poll:.. About two-fifths of the respondents said their companies use between 100 and 999 partners, potentially exposing them to a foreign bribery risk.. Nearly 25% of respondents perform due diligence and risk assessments on less than a quarter of their organization  ...   pressure to do extended due diligence and a small minority of about 6% said they didn t want to alienate the sales channel.. As MNCs continue to grow and expand into emerging markets, compliance and due diligence on third-party providers will become a priority.. org is helping MNC s lessen the risk of operating in emerging markets and utilizing third-parties by collaborating with companies to develop and share practical tools and best practices, provide education, and advocate for the use of supply chains to strengthen a rules-based global system of commerce.. At CREATe.. org, we want to help MNCs build on the management systems already in place to extend them to better protect IP and prevent corruption in the global supply chain.. Access the complete results of the survey..

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  • Title: The 2012 Global Ethics Summit | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: The 2012 Global Ethics Summit.. March 16, 2012.. Global Supply Chains.. After recently attending the.. APCAC Business Summit.. in Japan and the inaugural meeting of the Stanford.. Initiative for the Study of Supply Chain Responsibility (SISSCR).. , the CREATe.. org team is in New York City this week to present at the at the Ethisphere Institute/Thomson Reuters.. 2012 Global Ethics Summit.. This event convenes CEOs and Board Chairs of major global companies, prominent GRC (governance, risk management and compliance) leaders and top government and regulatory industry officials to discuss the risks and challenges of conducting business in a constantly expanding global marketplace.. Two topics that will be central to the conference s two-day dialogue are the impact of ethics and compliance in emerging markets, namely the BRIC countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China, and the importance of intelligently managing the multitude  ...   discuss how multinational companies and their global supply chains represent tremendous opportunity for strengthening compliance and promoting transparency.. In today s evolving and ever-watchful global marketplace, a company s supply chain is increasingly serving as a critical proof point for a company s brand and reputation.. While every multinational corporation has different individual priorities, CREATe.. org believes all have a shared interest and will realize mutual benefit by creating a culture of genuine compliance throughout their global supply chains.. This includes ensuring respect for intellectual property rights and putting in place strong anti-corruption measures.. This week, we look forward to taking part in this important dialogue on governance, anti-corruption and compliance, and the larger ongoing effort to partner with multinational companies to establish guiding principles, and identify best practices for organizations to leverage in their own companies and in their supply chains..

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  • Title: The Conference Board | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: The Conference Board.. March 14, 2012.. org is pleased to partner with.. to convene a Research Working Group (RWG) on.. Safeguarding Intellectual Property Addressing Corruption in Global Supply Chains.. We ll provide periodic updates about the important and timely work happening through this RWG here on the blog and look forward to sharing the final report due out in September.. Interested in getting involved? Join us by e-mailing.. Daria.. lamb@conferenceboard.. for more information..

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  • Title: Managing Shocks in Global Supply Chains | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Managing Shocks and Keeping the Business Humming with Global Supply Chains.. March 7, 2012.. Supply Chain.. Last week, CREATe.. org President CEO Pamela Passman participated in a panel discussion on supply chains at the Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) 2012.. US-Asia Business Summit.. in Tokyo.. The panel -.. Managing  ...   -.. explored how last year s natural disasters, including the 3.. 11 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in Japan, as well as the widespread flooding in Thailand, challenged the ability of global multinational corporations to maintain business continuity not only of their own operations, but also across their supply chains.. Watch the discussion..

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  • Title: Responsibilities of a Major Player in the Global Economy | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Responsibilities of a Major Player in the Global Economy.. February 2, 2012.. Speaking at the Bloomberg LINK China Conference,.. Robert Hormats.. , Under Secretary of State for economic growth, energy and the environment, stated that China would benefit from complying with global economic and trade standards, specifically with respect to intellectual property protection.. As China is  ...   it should assume greater responsibility, especially because playing by the rules is in its best interest, ensuring long-term economic growth in the country.. Ahead of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping s official state visit to Washington, DC later this month, learn more about Under Secretary Hormats.. views.. on China s role in the global trading system..

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  • Title: The Power and Complexity of the Global Supply Chain | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: The Power and Complexity of the Global Supply Chain.. January 30, 2012.. Global supply chains play an essential role helping to facilitate trade, enabling the exchange of intermediate goods, connecting suppliers and bringing products to the global marketplace.. However, the location, size and scale of these supply chains make them prone to risk factors such as corruption and IP theft.. According to the.. , 61% of supply chain managers view corruption as the most significant risk to their business, second only to product safety.. Recognizing these challenges in  ...   Chain Security.. which aims to promote the efficient and secure movement of goods and looks to the international business community to play a key role.. In support of this initiative, CREATe.. org also believes multinational companies can harness the reach and power of their global supply chains to promote responsible enterprise and sees the value in involving international stakeholders to ensure a less risky and more profitable global supply chain.. Find out more about the Obama administration s motivation behind this national strategy in Secretary Napolitano s Reuters.. op-ed..

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  • Title: CSIS Talk: Global Supply Chains | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: CSIS Talk: Global Supply Chains.. May 16, 2012.. What are the development opportunities and ethical responsibilities for MNCs working with global supply chains today? These topics were the focus of a recent presentation at the.. Center for Strategic and International Studies.. (CSIS).. The panel discussion featured CREATe.. org s President and CEO Pamela Passman and.. Ben Heinema.. n, Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University.. Heineman opened the discussion with insights from his.. High Performance with High Integrit.. y framework.. Focusing on high integrity, he believes that big multinationals have an obligation to do three things with respect to labor markets and offshoring:.. Develop and enforce labor standards within suppliers.. An important first step is to qualify suppliers and also make sure they are enforcing labor standards, at a minimum to local law (i.. e.. , non-discrimination, child labor, minimum wage, limits on hours of work, health and safety, etc.. ).. These actions should be followed up by audits to re-qualify and ensure compliance to standards.. He recognized that it s quite difficult to manage, particularly in remote and developing regions; and also incredibly complex and nuanced by local cultures.. Ensure safety and quality standards in products.. He argues for going beyond what the local law requires and suggests  ...   rule of law and local enforcement have not kept pace with the economic growth of emerging economies.. She acknowledged that there are good laws on the books however the local enforcement of laws is very limited.. Also, the rules-based trading system is not addressing adequately these issues either.. Today, we re seeing increases in the misappropriation of trade secrets (the topic of CREATe s recently launched.. white paper.. ), a rise in corruption and counterfeit products, which are estimated to be valued at $250 billion/year.. On the topic of counterfeits, Passman discussed how they are on the increase across every sector in pharmaceuticals, auto parts, chemicals, pesticides and even seeds.. She shared that in a Congressional hearing last year it was reported that there were 1800 cases of counterfeit electronics in U.. weapons systems covering more than 1 million suspect parts; and in the semi-conductor industry, counterfeits have cost 11,000 jobs in the USA.. To close, Passman spoke about the offering being developed by CREATe.. org: first, a set of.. Principles.. which define the issues and commitments by MNCs and suppliers to protect IP and prevent corruption; and second, process-based tools and performance measures that are cost-effective, easy to implement and credible.. If you d like to hear the full presentation, check out the.. podcast..

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  • Title: CREATe Launches Principles | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: CREATe Launches Principles.. May 15, 2012.. org is working to develop tools, trainings and resources for multinational corporations (MNCs) to work with global suppliers on the protection of intellectual property (IP) and prevention of corruption.. As a first step, we have developed guiding Principles.. These were requested by MNCs  ...   MNCs felt it would be good to have defined Principles to serve as a starting point for discussion with suppliers and business partners.. Please review the Principles.. and let us know if you have feedback.. We welcome you company s endorsement of the principles by contacting us at info@create..

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  • Title: Creating Sustainability on the Global Stage | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Creating Sustainability on the Global Stage.. May 11, 2012.. ,.. After the recent.. Roundtable.. that CREATe co-hosted with the U.. Department of State, we hosted a luncheon discussion featuring three noteworthy speakers:.. Richard Locke.. , Head of Political Science at MIT Sloan School of Management and an Advisory Council member for CREATe.. Keith Maskus.. , Economics Professor and Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder and also an Advisory Council member for CREATe.. Jane Nelson.. , Director of Harvard Kennedy School s Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative.. Each weighed in on the broader discussion of the day:.. Safeguarding Intellectual Property and Preventing Corruption in Global Markets.. Locke discussed the research that he and his students have been conducting - and the topic of an upcoming book - on globalization and labor standards.. He shared his insights on how to build a culture of compliance.. He mentioned that there are good laws on the books in most jurisdictions, but often times they are not respected by the private sector or enforced by the government.. How do we get suppliers to respect laws and get serious about compliance? He believes that building capacity is crucial suppliers often need help with technology, management and other systems.. He also noted that  ...   sector is crucial in encouraging the use of IP in emerging economies.. Finally, he noted that more information and data is necessary to learn more about the channels and effects of trade secret theft.. Nelson shared insights from her work in collective actions over the past decade.. She highlighted three lessons:.. Capacity building is critical to driving change in supply chains.. It is imperative to scale up employees and provide technical assistance.. She mentioned that government supply chains offer great opportunity to start this trend.. She also believes that it s important to involve and train local auditors and journalists on these issues and the elements of capacity building so that they can begin to shape debate.. There is value in sector-specific activity.. Each sector has different challenges and issues and as such, should work collectively to develop systems that work for their sector.. Local and country-level engagement is essential.. She cited.. Transparency International s Integrity Pacts.. integrity pacts provide a mechanism to ensure integrity in the contract from procurement through execution.. These issues are complex and challenging but not insurmountable.. org is grateful to these thought leaders for sharing their depth of knowledge and also providing recommendations for moving towards a global trading environment that is fair and sustainable..

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